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English definition of “skulk”

skulk

verb [I usually + adv/prep]     /skʌlk/
to hide or move around as if trying not to be seen, usually with bad intentions: I thought I saw someone skulking in the bushes - perhaps we should call the police.Hiding and disguisingMoving to avoid being seen
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